Moon Knight Vol. 1 (1980-1984) Marvel Comics

Moon Knight is a fictional character, a superhero who appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character exists in the Marvel Universe and was created by Doug Moench and Don Perlin. He first appeared in Werewolf by Night #32 (August 1975).

Moon Knight #1 (1980) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Pencils, Doug Moench Story, 1st appearance of Bushman
Moon Knight #1 (1980) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Pencils, Doug Moench Story, 1st appearance of Bushman 'The Macabre Moon Knight!' Written by Doug Moench. Art by Bill Sienkiewicz. Mecenary, Wall Street wizard, a street smart cabbie, masked-avenger - Marc Spector is all of these things and more. Nothing before has prepared could have possibly prepared you for the strange world of Moon Knight! 1st appearance of Bushman.
Moon Knight #1 (1980) Very Fine

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Moon Knight #8 (1981) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Pencils, Doug Moench Story
Moon Knight #8 (1981) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Pencils, Doug Moench Story "Night of the Wolves" Still under the influence of hallucinogenic gas, Moon Knight thinks that an oncoming subway train is a monster. He flattens himself against the wall as it passes, then jumps onto the roof to get to its brain and kill it. In a flash of sanity, he realizes he's on a train. He drops into a car, reaches the engineer's compartment, and knocks out the driver. On his way to his hotel to warn Marlene about the water, he hears voices from a sewer pipe, one of them Crawley's, the other a friend of Redshirt's. The friend flees at the sight of Moon Knight, but Crawley has learned where Ernie, a member of the gang, lives.
Moon Knight #8 (1981) Fine/Very Fine $7.99

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Moon Knight #14 (1981) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Pencils, Doug Moench Story, Origin and 1st Appearance of Stained Glass Scarlet
Moon Knight #14 (1981) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Pencils, Doug Moench Story, Origin and 1st Appearance of Stained Glass Scarlet "Stained Glass Scarlet" Joe "Mad Dog" Fasinera escapes from prison and goes on a rampage with his cronies around his old neighborhood looking for the money his father robbed and hid seven years earlier. His mother, Scarlet wants to find him and somehow save him before he throws his life away completely. Moon Knight catches sight of her while looking for Joe and traces her back to the church she's been living in for the last three years and hears her story. When Joe gets to the church looking for the money, he shoots Moon Knight and forces Scarlet to shoot and kill her own son. As Joe falls on the rope of the church bell, his father's loot falls from the bell where it had been hidden the whole time.
Moon Knight #14 (1981) Fine/Very Fine $7.99

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Moon Knight #15 (1982) Frank Miller and Joe Jusko Cover & Bill Sienkiewicz Pencils, Doug Moench Story
Moon Knight #15 (1982) Frank Miller and Joe Jusko Cover & Bill Sienkiewicz Pencils, Doug Moench Story "Ruling the World from His Basement" Mistaken for a murderer, Moon Knight has to clear his name by tracking down the real killer, a racist villain dressed in a rat suit who hates America's immigrant population.
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Moon Knight #16 Denys Cowan Pencils
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Moon Knight #17 (1982) Denys Cowan Cover & Bill Sienkiewicz Pencils, Doug Moench Story, Third World Slayers (First appearance)
Moon Knight #17 (1982) Denys Cowan & Joe Jusko Cover & Bill Sienkiewicz Pencils, Doug Moench Story, Arsenal & Third World Slayers (First appearance) Master Sniper's Legacy! Moon Knight is recruited by his old friend Benjamin Abramov of the Israeli Secret Service to help against the 3rd World Slayers, but when Abramov is assasinated right in front of Steven's eyes, he first has to deal with the Slayers' agent, the Master Sniper.
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Moon Knight #18 (1982) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Bill Sienkiewicz Pencils, Doug Moench Story, Slayers Elite (First appearance)
Moon Knight #18 (1982) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Bill Sienkiewicz Pencils, Doug Moench Story, Slayers Elite (First appearance) "The Slayers Elite" Nimrod Strange sends the Slayers' Elite, three assassins representing each side of the axis of the organization, after Moon Knight in Jerusalem. They strike first by abducting Marlene and Anna, Ben Abramov's widow. Moon Knight has to run a gauntlet through the city, defeating the members of the Elite one by one.
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Moon Knight #19 (1982) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Bill Sienkiewicz Pencils, Doug Moench Story, Arsenal (Nimrod Strange) (First appearance as Arsenal)
Moon Knight #19 (1982) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Bill Sienkiewicz Pencils, Doug Moench Story, Arsenal (Nimrod Strange) (First appearance as Arsenal) "Assault on Island Strange" With his Mossad allies having decoded Ben Abramov's hidden message, Moon Knight takes the fight to the 3rd World Slayers' secret base.
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Moon Knight #20 (1982) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Bill Sienkiewicz Pencils, Doug Moench Story, Arsenal (Nimrod Strange) (2nd appearance as Arsenal)
Moon Knight #20 (1982) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Bill Sienkiewicz Pencils, Doug Moench Story, Arsenal (Nimrod Strange) (2nd appearance as Arsenal)"Cut Adrift Off the Coast of America" Moon Knight chases Arsenal back to Manhattan, where he has to stop the madman from setting off bombs around every access point to the island and holding it hostage.
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Moon Knight #21 (1982) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Vicente Alcazar Pencils, Doug Moench Story
Moon Knight #21 (1982) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Vicente Alcazar Pencils, Doug Moench Story "The Master of Night Earth!" Moon Knight accepts a job to fight against a terrorist coup in Haiti. He meets and hooks up with Brother Voodoo there, who has reason to believe the terorists are tied to an outbreak of zuvembies he's been fighting.
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Moon Knight #22 Bill Sienkiewicz Pencils And Cover Art

Moon Knight #22 (1982) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Greg LaRocque Pencils, Doug Moench Story "The Dream Demon" The doctors in charge of Morpheus start treating him with norepinephrine in hopes that inducing dreams will calm his mind, but it instead increases the reach of his ebon energies. Morpheus uses his power to possess Peter Alraune through his dreams, who in turn stalks Moon Knight and attacks him with waking nightmares.
"Tales of Khonshu: Moon over Alamein" British soldiers at El Alamein in 1942 stumble into a long-buried crypt of Khonshu and wisely decide to leave the ruins in peace. In the ensuing battle under the full moon, one of the soldiers catches a glimpse of Khonshu's face in the sky and gets the feeling to warn the other troops against advancing. The landmines in the area then suddenly detonate, apparently due to the unstable terrain over the catacombs combined with the recent bombardment. With the way now clear, the British advance and the battle proves to be a turning point in their favour.

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Moon Knight #23 Bill Sienkiewicz Pencils And Cover Art

Moon Knight #23 (1982) Bill Sienkiewicz Cover & Pencils, Doug Moench Story "Perchance to Scream" After unmasking his assailant as Peter Alraune, Moon Knight takes him along with Marlene and Frenchie to Steven Grant's cottage in Maine to hide out, but Peter still shares an unwilling mental link with a powered up Morpheus, so the villain knows exactly where to find them.
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Moon Knight #24 Bill Sienkiewicz Pencils And Cover Art
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Moon Knight #25 Double Size Issue Very Fine $3.00 SOLD OUT